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D. After the tablespace to become read-only.
There is only one complex recovery situation for read-only tablespaces. This is when
youir read-only tablespace experiences media failure, and the backup you have was taken
when the tablespace was in read-write state. In order to manage this recovery, you must
first recover the tablespace from backups taken when it was a writable tablespace and
apply redo logs to update the objects in that tablespace up to point when the tablespace
was made read-only. Then, you can change the tablespace state to read-only. A DBA
needs to do complete media recovery if restores a read-only tablespace from a backup
taken BEFORE the tablespace was made read-only.
A: A DBA does not need to recreate the control file in this case.
C: A DBA does not need to make the tablespace locally managed in this case.
D: A DBA can use the tablespace BEFORE it became read-only. Actualtests.com - The Power of Knowing 1Z0-025
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- Jason S. Couchman, DBA Certification Exam, Certification Exam Guide